K.P. Subbalakshmi is a Jefferson Science Fellow and former senior science and technology advisor to the U.S. Department of State.
Stevens is traversing new frontiers in artificial intelligence by offering one of the first graduate programs in the country to explore AI applications for electrical and computer engineering.
In the artificial intelligence for electrical and computer engineering masters program, graduate students develop a strong background in the theoretical foundations and algorithm development in artificial intelligence and deep learning with a thorough understanding of a variety of engineering applications. Students will learn a blend of software and hardware skills that are applicable across multiple engineering domains.
Students are immersed in a hands-on approach to learning within a mix of course offerings, from fundamental core courses to state-of-the art topics such as internet of things (IoT), information systems security, and big data applications. They also have access to state-of-the-art research facilities including the Embedded Systems and Robotics Laboratory.
Masters students in the artificial intelligence for electrical and computer engineering program have the opportunity to work on exciting new projects and applications relating to:
As one of the country's premiere institutions for computer engineering, signal processing and emerging communications standards, Stevens offers graduate students exposure to a broad-based, interdisciplinary curriculum. Located just across the river from New York City, Stevens’ location is ideal for students who want to network with tech companies who are developing groundbreaking new technologies and looking to recruit top level talent.